Saturday, October 11, 2014

Review: Garden of Grief's upcoming album "Endstation"

Austrian Black Metal band Garden of Grief are planning to release their new album called Endstation next month through Winterblast Halls.
Anyway, for those who don't know, Garden of Grief is a one man band, and has been active since 2008. Endstation is their 5th full-lenght album.
The album has 8 tracks. First one is an intro, second one is the continuation and that when things happen. What things? Amazing things. Endstation is a good example of what good Black Metal is. So passionate, aaaaahhhhh, so good! The train sounds make it quite special as well.
It is a bit depressive, but so melodic and musical, so difficult not to like it. Third track is acoustic, and this is the only negative point of the album. Not because it is a acoustic track, but because the guitar seems to be out of tune almost in the end. There is a string that is not quite right. There are other acoustic things in the album but only on this track it is actually noticeable.
The whole album is an amazing journey though, Lachryma Christi is really pleased to know that some bands still have it on them. Boronian Sturmfels is such a great musician and Endstation is on the top 10 Black Metal albums of 2014 for Lachryma Christi.

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